One of the largest hurdles to cybersecurity change for any organization is resistance. This article outlines best practices for overcoming resistance and paving a faster path to success.
Over the years, I have worked with hundreds of customers to implement change and have rarely been the one to communicate those changes to end users. I was “fortunate” to work in the background and let either the customer handle change management processes or leverage KiZAN’s Employee Engagement Group to champion the change with the customer. However, recent projects have necessitated my direct involvement with change management processes. Here are my lessons learned...so far!
I've been working on a 10-piece puzzle with 4.5 pieces. Although the deployment is underway, because it is still in a pilot mode, I still have a chance to adopt some of these tactics and ease the transition for my co-workers, and quite frankly, many friends.
Prior to this project, I had zero interest in change management. Now I can honestly say I’m intrigued and will continue to work with our Employee Engagement Group to put a KiZAN spin on our internal security adoption.